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omcers installed The Cape Henlopen Ladies of the Elks held its installa- tion of officers May 12. New officers are (back row, l-r) Betty Grubb, president; Jill Scott, vice president; Mary Stevens, membership; Edna Marowski, recording seere- tary. In front are Pat Cure- berland, chaplain; Ronnie Kirchman, treasurer;, and Toni Kidwell, trustee. The Ladies of the Elks are a division of the Cape Hen- lopen Elks Lodge. The Ladies of the Elks will not hold meetings in June, July or Au- gust. Beginning in Septem- bet, the group will meet at 7 pma. on the second Monday of the month. The meetings are held at the Elks Lodge on Route 23 in Lewes Submitted photo CAPE GAZETYE, Friday, June 13 - June 19, 2003 - 53 Propane Underground tank installations Easy Payment plans Gas fireplaces 24 hour emergency svc 302-629-3001 1-888-410-WARM(9276) www.penoil.com Briefl: Seaside Pointe to honor earegive Brandywine Assisted Living at Seaside Pointe will hold a Spa Night from 6 to 7 p.m., Tuesday, June 24, to honor the caregivers of Delaware for their continued care and support of the elderly. All caregivers are welcome to attend and enjoy wine and cheese as well as a complimentary facial. For more information, or to RSVP, call Julia at Brandywine Assisted Living at Seaside Pointe at 226-8750. Brandywine Assisted Living serves the community's senior population by providing housing, care and services in a warm, homelike environment. AUCTION. AARP driver safety program seeks volunteers Ted Ressler, state co6rdinator of the AARP driver safety program, is seeking two volunteer trainers to work in the program. A surge in the number of instructor candi- dates has necessitated the need for more trainers. Trainer candidates must have already completed the AARP driver safety course. For an application or more in- formation, call Ressler at 302- 697-1271. Summer food program set June 23 to Aug. 29 The First State Community Ac- tion Agency Inc. will once again participate in the Summer Food Service Program from June 23 through Aug. 29. This federal pro- gram of the Food and Nutritional Services is administered by the U.S. Department of agriculture. All children who are 18 and under who are enrolled in West Re- hoboth New Beginnings, DPN I and 1I or La Casita will receive the same free meal in accordance with a menu approved by the state agency regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, handicap or age. For more information, call 856-7761. Host families needed for urban youth The Fresh Air Fund, an organi- zation that provides inner-city children froth New York city with free summer vacations, is seeking host families to give children a two-week vacation this summer season. Last summer, more than 30 Fresh Air kids visited volunteer hosts in Delaware. There are no financial require- ments for hosting a Fresh Air child. Hosts can select the gender and approximate age of their visi- tor. First time visitors are six to 12 years old and reinvited youngsters can participate up to 18 years of age. To learn more, call Marianne Caven at 302-323-9383. East Coast 4-H set show series schedule The East Coast 4-H Club will host its 2003 Show Series on the following Saturdays, all beginning at 8:30 a.m.: June 28, Aug. 10 and Sept. 6, at Martin Farm, located on Route 5 in Milton. Six ribbons per class will be presented. Grand and reserve will be held each day. The cost is $6 per class. For more information, call 644- 9160. A  Service Salon 3304 Highway One, Rehoboth Next to Bozie Produce Plenty of free off.street parldng 302-226-1400 Featuring Liz :Bennett formerly of 8 Hair Oaf. salon Look for next door " FOUR DELAWARE ESTATES wlplowhonm florlate qummdl I10. Hmll mlmpny Inll./ wnh ilatq; Inlmy 1810. I I SUN., JUNE 15 9:30 AM Rehoboth Beach Convenhon Center Rehoboth Avenue, Rehoboth Beach, DE AMONG THE HUNDREDS OF ITEMS TO BE OFFERED: FIMMlIMff: sim HqW nW. Ixmom t in. t.I aN. drama e, nt mad, 5 dmr buru, a dmw  2 monk Iodt II:k ch.  ilor a @nlpponlle *Wle mlnonk 2 Bulh-w monk Iron mr. heep door ItOp, t  rot, dq ms Into imm. I,alswhl mh. Vi m, olm w/en In,w/& moI pIm, bmok INt ;lid dkd w/lowhon I qmdm a 170, vam vm,n k bs o osdw v oodsr  re.t, .   NUO/, nmn . 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